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WWE legend Jacques Rougeau discusses long-term feud with Vince McMahon

11 months ago By Sports Desk
Jacques Rougeau

In a revealing conversation that left fans wide-eyed, WWE legend Jacques Rougeau recently unearthed the details surrounding his prolonged three-decade feud with former boss and WWE Chairman, Vince McMahon. Rougeau, best known for his memorable portrayal of The Mountie character, worked for WWE from 1986 to 1994 and briefly in 1998. He provided insight into his long-standing disagreement with McMahon in a recent interview with Monte & The Pharaoh.

Rougeau-McMahon Feud: A Silent Battle

The 63-year-old wrestling icon confided that he hasn’t spoken with McMahon since the mid-1990s. This rift has not only persisted but grown over the years, despite Rougeau’s significant contributions to the WWE during his career. “Let’s face the truth, for 30 years I didn’t speak with Vince McMahon,” Rougeau candidly disclosed. “I’m still not speaking with him.”

The strength of the WWE brand in Rougeau’s home province, Quebec, has contributed to the ongoing feud. While WWE has undoubtedly boosted the wrestling profile in the region, Rougeau suggested it has simultaneously created some conflict, likely due to competition with his wrestling academy. 

Rougeau’s Preference for AEW

However, it’s not all doom and gloom for Rougeau. He professed a newfound preference for All Elite Wrestling (AEW), fueled by the positive relationship his wrestling academy has built with AEW trainer QT Marshall. “I’m more now AEW, of course, because working with QT Marshall and stuff like that,” Rougeau said, indicating his switch of allegiance from WWE to AEW.

Rougeau’s comments have stirred the wrestling community, drawing attention to the long-standing issues within WWE and adding fuel to the ongoing WWE-AEW rivalry. However, it’s also a testament to AEW’s increasing influence and its ability to cultivate robust relationships within the wrestling fraternity.

Looking Ahead

As Rougeau continues his journey in wrestling, it will be interesting to see how his relationship with AEW develops, and whether this interview could potentially open a line of communication with McMahon to resolve their longstanding conflict. 

In a world of body slams and powerbombs, where tales of valour and rivalry reign supreme, Rougeau’s disclosure presents a gripping backstage drama that offers wrestling enthusiasts a fresh perspective on their beloved sport.

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